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Question I have... Where can I find a good iPage web hosting company? Thanks for any comment. Another quick question... I went to validator.w3.org, and I got a message sating that my page is "not valid html 4.01 transitional" what does that mean?.

The iPage site I am submitting at this time is.

Carpenoctemtv.powweb.com.

Thanks.

Also, if you see the attached file, I notice that there is a black space all around the top, sides moving the image files down a bit. how can I fix that?..

Comments (2)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

Ok if you look at the new list of errors, aside from not having the alt="some text" on the images, do I need to worry about the others?.

Http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...outline=1&sp=1.

Here is the link to the new results......

Comment #2

The.

Leftmargin.

,.

Topmargin.

,.

Marginwidth.

, and.

Marginheight.

Attributes are all.

Browser specific.

Code. Ignore these errors. You can also add some.

CSS.

Code to replicate the effect of these instructions for other browsers, so covering just about all browsers..

I would add some.

Alt.

Attributes to all.

Img.

Tags, even if the text is just.

Alt="*".

On bullet-point images, and.

Alt="".

On non-important images. All images to do with navigation must have some text between the quote marks, in order to help people where the images failed to load, image loading was turned off, or the user uses a non-visual browser..

Netscape [4 at least] does not support background images in.

<td>.

Tags, so for those users the image will fail to load..

You need.

<!.

Comment tags.

>.

Around the CSS code..

You need.

<!.

Comment tags.

// >.

Around the javascript code..

Note the different style of the two closing tags, and that there must be at least one space on either side of each side of each piece..

>>.

WIDTH=120 HEIGHT=20 BORDER=0 HSPACE=4 VSPACE=2.

<<.

It is recommended to.

".

Quote.

".

All attributes in HTML 4.01; they are also best done in lower-case for forward compatibility with XHTML standards...

Comment #3


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.